Working for the future of the planet.

AGH prides itself on its environmental credentials.

We strive to reduce environmental impact at every stage of our projects. We put in the effort to ensure maximum recycling of waste materials and protect the surrounding environment, air and waterways.

Construction and demolition waste produces the most waste by mass in developed countries, accounting for about 30 percent of all waste. This includes materials such as concrete, bricks, gypsum, wood, glass, metals, plastic, solvents, asbestos and
excavated soil.

The good news is that a lot of this waste can be recycled and given a second life. In many cases, the recycled materials can also have a high value.

However, if not managed properly, construction and demolition waste can contain small amounts of hazardous materials which can hamper recycling.

That’s why we will always endeavour to maximise the recycling of materials by separating hazardous components and disposing of them appropriately, then repurposing what’s left.

We use dust monitors on all our demolition projects to measure air quality and ensure dust particles are kept within acceptable levels. We also establish and adhere to strict environmental controls to stabilise and eliminate possible contamination from
by products.